Pheasants and Peonies
This Chinese embroidery painting is a stunning and intricate depiction of two colorful pheasants perched on a rock amidst lush, blooming pink peonies. The pheasants' intricate feather patterns are meticulously hand embroidered, with the long tail feathers extending gracefully, adding an element of elegance to the hand embroidery artwork. The peonies, symbolizing prosperity and honor in Asian culture, are rendered in rich reds and pinks, their petals appearing soft and inviting. Green leaves provide a contrasting backdrop that accentuates the flowers and the bird. This embroidery piece embodies traditional Asian artistry, making it a perfect collectible or decorative item for enthusiasts of cultural artwork.
It is all hand embroidered with fine silk threads by embroidery artists from Su Embroidery Studio in Suzhou, China.
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This Chinese embroidery picture is a mesmerizing and intricate portrayal of two vibrant pheasants perched on a rock amidst a lush garden of blooming peonies. The pheasants takes center stage, its intricate feather patterns meticulously hand embroidered to capture the essence of its beauty. The long tail feathers extend gracefully, adding a touch of elegance to the overall composition.
The blooming peonies, symbolic of prosperity and honor in Asian culture, are rendered in rich reds and pinks. Each petal is delicately hand crafted, creating a sense of softness and allure. The green leaves that surround the flowers provide a contrasting backdrop, accentuating the vivid colors of both the floral elements and the pheasant.
This artwork embodies traditional Asian artistry, showcasing the skillful craftsmanship and attention to detail characteristic of this cultural tradition. The symbolism of peonies adds depth to the piece, making it not only visually stunning but also culturally significant. This silk embroidery is an ideal collectible or decorative item for enthusiasts of cultural artwork, offering a timeless celebration of nature and prosperity.
The Chinese characters on the silk embroidery mean 'spring is back'.